Still plugging away at this monster, good but author adds a ton of detail, 800 plus pages, also reading Lost Girls of Paris as a break.
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I've wanted to read for some time, and since I'm in recovery mode and not able to do much besides stumble around with my walker, I think this will keep me from doing something I shouldn't be doing! Thank you @Lynnsoprano
Really excited about this awesome thrift store haul today! 😍😍😍
A good Pile-o-books haul from a used book store. Some of these were gifts, Russka was so good I can hardly stand it, and I still have Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell on my tbr shelf. I should really get to it, because I‘m absolutely sure I would love it.
This was loaned to me by a friend who knows I love to read. I know it means a lot to him, and I am honored that he wanted to share it with me. And then, it is a chunker that I would never have chosen for myself. Planning to alternate reading with my other books. #deweysreadathon
My Edward Rutherford collection is growing.
I love his books. The history of these great cities are captured brilliantly thru the generational stories of fictional families.
A great blend of historical facts and fiction.
Incest rape? Was that plot point REALLY necessary?
Well, this book certainly won't be a Pick. 😖
#bookanddinner today: turkey burgers stuffed with goat cheese (YUM) and accompanied by, in my case, a pint of Ambear Red Ale, brewed by Cameron's Brewing of Oakville, Ontario.